1997 GMC Suburban Air Intakes
An internal combustion engine uses oxygen just as fires require oxygen to keep aflame. There is no internal oxygen tank in a car for this purpose, as that wouldn’t be very efficient. Instead, 1997 GMC Suburban vehicle manufacturers equip cars with intakes that bring air inside to the 1997 GMC Suburban engine directly. 1997 GMC Suburban Air intakes are designed to provide the least inhibited route possible for the air to reach from outside the 1997 GMC Suburban car all the way to the engine, though stock versions aren’t always the most effective.
For that reason, many car owners turn to aftermarket 1997 GMC Suburban air intakes to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their vehicles’ intake capacity. The greater the amount of oxygen supplied to the engine, the more power it can produce. 1997 GMC Suburban Cold air has more oxygen, for instance, so 1997 GMC Suburban cold air intakes have become popular 1997 GMC Suburban intake upgrades. Other upgrade types focus more on greater 1997 GMC Suburban air intake capacity period, but either way, you’ll end up with a better performing engine using an upgraded 1997 GMC Suburban air intake system in your car.